Amba Radiant Heated Towel Racks
The Radiant collection is an affordable, efficient wall-mounted towel warmer. Choose between a round or square bar design, straight or curved horizontal bars, & hardwired or plug-in. Made of high quality 304 stainless steel, they are offered in Brushed & Polished stainless steel finishes. Using Dry Element Technology to heat, it takes only 15 – 20 minutes for the unit to heat up. The integrated on/off switch with pilot light allows direct control of the unit. Rated at 150 watts, equivalent to a few light bulbs, they are not big power consumers. Programmable timers can be added for additional control.
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Amba Radiant Series
Dry Element System
Built-in On/Off Switch
304- Grade Stainless Steel
Temperature: 120 - 180° F
Warm-up Time 10 - 15 minutes
2 Finish Choices
Hardwired & Plug in Options
UL-certified for use in the USA
Radiant Towel Warmer | Polished, Brushed, Matte Black, Satin Brass or Polished Gold
(see individual model for finish selections)
Radiant Towel Rack Features
Integrated, illuminating on / off switch
Dry-Element System: also known as "cable-heated" system, these heated towel racks have resistance wires inside each towel bar that heat up. They transfer warmth into the bars and across the whole unit. They heat up quickly and evenly.
Made from the finest 304-grade stainless steel. This high quality metal is more resistant to corrosion. Perfect for the moisture-filled conditions in bathrooms. If cleaned and maintained properly, Amba towel warmers can remain pristine for many years.
UL-certified for use in the USA and Canada, the Radiant units are approved for installation around water sources and above bathtubs.
Bathroom Heated Towel Racks
Towel Warmers not only warm and dry damp bath towels but, add a sense of comfort and luxury to your bathroom experience. It can reduce laundry loads by keeping your towels mold and mildew free.
Best way to place your towels on a towel warmer:
Amba recommends folding your towel in half or thirds, depending on how large your towel is, and drape it over the top bar, so that the towel hangs down evenly on either side. This allows you to maximize the surface area contact between the towel and bars. They do not recommend weaving the towel through the bars because this only utilizes half of the surface area of the bars.
Amba Towel Warmers